I think there is already a illustrated Idylls of the King here. I think TS Eliot would be another wonderful choice. I still can't find "the murder in the cathedral" in Internet.
Originally Posted by doubleshuffle
Not a bad idea. I like Yeats very much.
At the moment I'm doing a complete Heine in German, though. For Yeats, I'd have to find good sources for all the works. And I couldn't stop at the poetry, I think. There's a lot of great prose by him, too. The plays, well...
And then there's Blake, of course. And John Clare. And I've got Tennyson's Idylls of the King in the works, with the Doré illustrations - if I can find them all...